Nice, well maintained Thousand Trails park with lots of activities. There was no 50 amp service and it was over 100 a couple of days so we really missed having the extra power. Sites are dirt, but lots of trees. Got good satellite and fair cell service (At&T) and internet (Verizon MiFi) with booster. Only real problem we saw, was the road to the park. It is only wide enough for one rig going one direction. If you meet another rig coming the other way, one of you will have to back up quite a distance. It would be nice if they could enforce having rigs go out before noon and rigs come in after noon. I'm surprised there hasn't been any fatalities with the current setup. We would definitely camp here again.
Very nice park with large sites. Adult pool and spa and separate family pool. Two rec centers, one of adults and one for families. Great cafe - good food and very reasonable prices. The only downsides were NO cell service, very limited Wi-Fi and lax maintenance as far as weed control. The weeds around the areas were 3 feet high! Also, the jets in the adult spa were not working. Once they get these maintenance issues taken care of, it will be a great place. We will definitely return.
This is a very nice park -- clean, well manicured with gravel and a few desert plants. Hosts were very friendly and helpful upon check-in. Sites are all gravel with concrete patio pads and quite large. The pool and hot tub were clean and well taken care of. The attached winery is quite nice and has complimentary tastings. Rate reflects ROD rate. We would definitely stay here again.
If you like the sound of train horns multiple times an hour, 24 hours a day -- this is the park for you! Thousand Trails should be embarrassed to have their name on this park. One half to three quarters of their electrical towers do not work. Security was non-existent, Gate was always open, they passed out the prior month's schedule of activities upon check in because they didn't have a current one due to the fact that the manager was on vacation. The park is mainly for full-time residents who cover their sites with trash and old rusted car parts. Dogs run free with no enforcement of leash rules. We finally found a site with working 50 amp, pull through and level. We stayed 3 weeks but were very glad to move on to our next reservation. We will not camp here again.
This is a beautiful park if you are a member. However, we stayed here under Coast to Coast and had a very limited number of areas from which to choose a site, in the very back of the park. The sites in the back are very unlevel, small, almost impossible to get satellite and no possible way to get Wi-Fi. Park is huge. It took 15 minutes to drive from our site to the entrance of the park. Plenty of shows and restaurants close by once you get out of the park. Would stay again if we could find a level site.
Very nice, friendly park. Large pull-through sites with concrete pads and a picnic table. Were pleased that, as ROD members, we were relegated to the back section. Nice lake with lots of white pelicans and ducks. We were here over Halloween and they had great activities for the kids, including trick-or-treating. We would stay here again.
Friendly staff, cheerful and helpful. Pretty wooded area, but sites are very unlevel and no amount of leveling in the coach helped. Was able to get good satellite reception but no Wi-Fi. Park is fairly small, but quite comfortable. We will stay here again.
Very nice staff and quite helpful. Large gravel sites with 50 amp available. Pull-throughs available and good sight lines for satellite. Restaurant nearby called Catfish Haven has great selection of pies at a fair price.
Staff and Managers are very friendly and helpful. Beautiful area, although there is no longer water in the lake due to the drought. White-tail deer are everywhere and wait to be fed at your site. Had a great Thanksgiving Dinner potluck and the park provided the turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy and stuffing. Totally enjoyed our stay and will definitely stay here again.
Very nice, large park. Only had 30 amp available. Sites are long, but narrow. Picnic tables sit next to each neighbors sewer hookup. Nice facilities with a swimming pool, two basketball courts, large park-like grassy area, paved roads between sites. Sites are gravel. Lots of grasshoppers and crickets. The 30 amp was an issue as it was very hot and humid and we needed to run the AC pretty constantly. Laundry room was clean, but costs $2.00 for each wash and $2.00 for each dry. We would stay here again.
It is obvious that nobody cares about this park. When we arrived at 2:00 pm there was a note on the door to pick our site and someone would be by later to collect money. That someone was the owners' grandson who decided to come to each site in his car that badly needed a muffler. He was nice and friendly, but pretty much without a clue. Sites are narrow, gravel, with little patches of grass on the sides. Grasshoppers and wasps are everywhere. Several permanent residents whose dogs run without leashes and bark constantly. Right next to a cattle auction and sale barn so the flies are also horrible. People wandering around the sites all night. The Wi-Fi is good, as is the cable TV. We would not stay here again.
This is a much older park with a lot of residents in very old units. Camp hosts were outstanding -- even gave us a bag of home made cookies at registration. Park held a BBQ on July 3rd and provided all meat. All guests brought side dishes. Very nice. Sites are tight and close together. Lots of highway noise and a train horns through every night. Make sure you eat at Saginaws in town at least once. A real treasure. We would stay here again.
What a beautiful place this is! The owners and camp hosts were outstanding. The sites and whole park were clean, well maintained, plenty of shade trees. There was some road noise, but not awful. We even had 3 deer that wandered into the park for a visit. We will stay here again every chance we get.
Beautiful area but park was very muddy and boggy. Camp hosts were friendly and helpful. Sunday brunch was nice. Park was noisy with about 100 people in tents that had their festivities in the wee hours of Friday and Saturday nights. Quiet time was not enforced. Wi-Fi only available in the clubhouse. Owners and managers working very hard to get the park in shape and trying to recover from January floods. We would return in a drier season.
Very well run park. Managers and volunteers were very friendly and helpful. Main reason it didn't get a 10 is the Wi-Fi was spotty and continually drops you offline. While the showers were large enough and clean, the water never got very hot. We were here for 7 nights and wished we could have stayed longer. The rate for C2C was $10/night, but by the time we added 50 amp, cable TV and taxes, it came out to $21.50/night. We would definitely stay here again.
The only sites with 50 amps have no shade at all. Camp host was friendly, but not terribly helpful. Just said to drive around and pick our site, but didn’t know which ones had 50 amp so to just get out and look at electrical box to find out. The grass needed to be cut and the ground was so boggy that we kept sinking so we couldn't keep our leveling jacks down. Wi-Fi was $5/day. Not a place we will put on our return list.